|Fri, 16 May 2014 10:30:00 Z|
Four shelters remain open for people evacuated due to this week’s wildfires. Below is list of the locations and current number of people at each shelter.
-Escondido High School, 1435 N. Broadway in Escondido: 102 people
-Mission Hills High School, 1 Mission Hills Court in San Marcos;115 people
-Calavera Hills Community Center, 2997 Glasgow Drive in Carlsbad: 15 people
-La Costa Canyon High School, 1 Maverick Way in Carlsbad: 10 people
There are also about 80 dogs, cats and birds among the two shelters that take small animals, Escondido High School and Mission Hills High School.
For the latest emergency updates, visit www.sdcountyemergency.com. If you need to talk to someone about evacuations, shelters, road closures and other disaster-related services, call 211.
NEW UPDATE: DOG CRATES, LARGE NEEDED AT ESCONDIDO HIGH. PLUS DOG FOOD AND BOWLS. AND WATER BOWLS
Small Animals can be taken to:
Mission Hills High School
Escondido High School
Large Animals can be taken to:
Zoom Room: They can accommodate 80 dogs and 15 cats. They have crates on hand.
Holiday Pet Hotel: They can accommodate 40 dogs, 25 cats
Petville Pet Hotel: They can accommodate 60 dogs, 45 cats and small caged animals
Rancho Coastal Humane Society: They can provide temporary care for 20 dogs and 30 cats
If you would like to make a contribution to Coe's List...I will make a deposit, then select someone on the list in need, make a contribution in your honor, send you a copy of the check and information so you can be assured that your hard-earned money is going to someone or something worthy. Or you can direct me as to who you would like to receive it. All accounting will be made. Feel confident with me that you are doing a wonderful thing. Make your check payable to:
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San Diego, CA 92123
A Message from Coe
To all of the unsung heroes who help out on their own that I am not aware of... I want to make sure you know how much I appreciate you and KGB appreciates you and your kindness. Thank you for helping a fellow listener and human being out there in a most difficult time. You are a real hero. And don't forget the animals caught in this crossfire. Please go to your local shelters and adopt if you can.